Charles Jones notes that
Homer and the Papyri, first created by Professor Dana Sutton of the University of California, Irvine, is . . . published [online] in a second electronic edition. The new edition consists of a fully searchable relational database of Homeric papyri.
For more details and to access the Homeric papyri database, please see here.
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